“An Interactive system for Teaching and Learning both wired and wireless LAN design”
Test your knowledge through interactive quizzes, learn about networking protocols and devices, model wired and wireless LAN, and have fun.

What does an Ethernet switch do? What is ring topology, and what is a backbone network? How to put together a network of 5 computers and a printer? The Weblan-Designer will assist you in finding the answers to these questions, and learn more about networking fundamentals.

Faculty members: Nurul I. Sarkar (Project Leader) and Krassie Petrova
Developers: Jeff Chiang, Geoff Lee and Trung Ly

The project was funded by the Auckland University of Technology through a contestable RELTS grant. The School of Computer and Information Sciences hosts the WebLan-Designer at http://elena.aut.ac.nz/homepages/weblandesigner/

Date of last update: September 20, 2011.

For further information or enquiries please contact us at nsarkar@aut.ac.nz or kpetrova@aut.ac.nz

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